Expat Artists Add International Flair to Hanoi's Art Scene
08:42 | 25/05/2022
Vietnam Times had the pleasure to talk to some outstanding expat artists of the Hanoi Art Connecting - a networking program for the international art community in Vietnam. Their exhibitions will be held at VCCA until the end of May 2022.
Vietnam Proposes To Regulate Livestreaming On International Social Networks
16:53 | 11/07/2021
International social networks such as Youtube and Facebook can only provide livestream functions for accounts that have registered with Vietnam's Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC).
South China Morning Post: Vietnam is a promising market for e-commerce
06:08 | 03/06/2021
With a developing economy and a population of over 97 million in 2020, Vietnam is a promising market for e-commerce.
Facebook news ban to be reversed in Australia
08:45 | 24/02/2021
Following Australia federal government's news media code that forces Facebook to pay publishers for the news content that surfaces on its platform, the company decided to restrict Australian users to sharing news content and ban news in Australia. After several days of discussion between Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Australia's treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, the company on Monday announced an end to the standoff, bringing news back to its platform.
Launching the criteria kit to protect children on social network
05:08 | 07/03/2020
On March 5 afternoon, in Hanoi, Ministry of Information and Communications and Ministry of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs together signed a cooperating program on protecting children from the internet.
Spreaders of fake news on social networks to be fined 10 - 20 million VND
16:15 | 05/02/2020
Abuse of social networks to post or share false information will carry fines of 10 million – 20 million VND (430 – 860 USD), according to a decree recently issued by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.